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  1. Islamic State claims responsibility for attack as details emerge about gunmen who opened fire at event near Dallas Staff and agencies Tuesday 5 May 2015 10.03 BST US federal agents had for years monitored Elton Simpson, one of the two gunmen who were shot dead after opening fire with assault rifles at a heavily guarded Texas exhibit of caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad. Government sources said the gunmen were roommates Elton Simpson and Nadir Soofi of Phoenix. Court documents show Simpson had been under surveillance since 2006 and convicted in 2011 of lying to FBI agen
  2. Tensions boil over in central Tel Aviv on Sunday after footage emerged last week of an Ethiopian Israeli in an army uniform being beaten by police Agencies Monday 4 May 2015 04.36 BST Police on horseback charged at hundreds of ethnic Ethiopian citizens in central Tel Aviv on Sunday as an anti-racism protest descended into one of the most violent demonstrations in Israel’s commercial capital in years. The protesters, who included several thousand people from Israel’s Jewish Ethiopian minority, were demonstrating against what they say is police brutality after the emerg
  3. Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is being treated in hideout two months after attack while deputy leader Abu Alaa al-Afri runs terror group intent on revenge Martin Chulov in Irbil Friday 1 May 2015 15.52 BST The leader of the Islamic State (Isis), Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, remains incapacitated due to suspected spinal damage and is being treated by two doctors who travel to his hideout from the group’s stronghold of Mosul, the Guardian has learned. More than two months after being injured in a US air strike in north-western Iraq, the self-proclaimed caliph is yet to resume command o
  4. Gentrified cities, the fall of manufacturing, the filling of jails with black men - all fuelled the violence that followed the killing of Freddie Gray Ed Vulliamy Saturday 2 May 2015 20.54 BST For Baltimore to be the setting for the latest in a recent spate of high-profile police murders and riots in America – after Ferguson, New York and North Charleston – is especially compelling in the public imagination because the city was also the location for David Simon’s brilliant TV series The Wire. Baltimore is the city from which Simon wrote for this newspaper in 2013 about “
  5. Priest who counselled Rodrigo Gularte – who had been diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia and bipolar disorder – says he tried in vain for three days to explain to the inmate he was about to die Michael Safi @safimichael Thursday 30 April 2015 00.43 BST A Brazilian man executed by firing squad along with seven other prisoners in Indonesia on Wednesday had no idea he was about to be killed until his final minutes, the priest who counselled him has said. He also revealed that Mary Jane Veloso, a Filipino woman who won a dramatic reprieve, had been aware a new suspec
  6. Water handed out to travellers stuck on crowded trains for hours as electricity supply problem causes chaos for thousands of London commuters Nadia Khomami, Jessica Elgotand Gwyn Topham Thursday 30 April 2015 16.00 BST More than 900 people have been evacuated from a train after a major power supply problem caused chaos for thousands of commuters at Clapham Junction, the UK’s busiest rail station. The problem, which started at 9am on Thursday morning between Clapham Junction and Wandsworth Common, is expected to cause disruptions for the rest of the day. Some pas
  7. Pastor describes how the offenders, who refused to wear blindfolds, were ‘excited to meet their God’ as they waited to be executed for drug crimes Kate Lamb in Jakarta Wednesday 29 April 2015 14.12 BST Strung to a pole and staring down at the weapons pointed over their hearts, prisoners defiantly sang Amazing Grace in the moments before they were executed on Indonesia’s Nusa Kambangan prison island on Wednesday. After months of desperate legal and diplomatic appeals, Indonesia executed eight convicted drug traffickers – citizens of Australia, Nigeria, Ghana, Brazil and I
  8. Lynch, the first African American woman to hold the country’s top law enforcement position, is sworn in after historically lengthy confirmation process Associated Press in Washington Monday 27 April 2015 18.38 BST Loretta Lynch was sworn in Monday as the 83rd US attorney general, the first African American woman to serve as the nation’s top law enforcement official. Speaking before family members, Justice Department lawyers and supporters, Lynch said her confirmation as attorney general showed that “we can do anything” and pledged that the agency would “use justice as ou
  9. Families visit as Indonesian prosecutors insist there will be no reprieve for Bali Nine gang members Myuran Sukumaran and Andrew Chan Tracy McVeigh, Guardian Australia staff and agencies Sunday 26 April 2015 04.42 BST Hopes of a last-minute reprieve for two men on death row in Indonesia have all but faded after it became apparent the country’s authorities are planning an execution by firing squad for early in the week. Families and embassy officials have been given notice by prosecutors that the men, Myuran Sukumaran, 34, and Andrew Chan, 31, are likely to be shot, an
  10. Officials say more than 700 died in Kathmandu alone, and at least 17 killed by an avalanche on Mount Everest’s base camp Anna Codrea-Rado, Pete Pattisson and Ishwar Rauniyar in Kathmandu, Jason Burke in Delhi, Justin McCurry, Robin McKie and agencies Sunday 26 April 2015 09.19 BST The death toll from the devastating earthquake in Nepal climbed above 1,900 on Sunday and was continuing to rise as officials struggled to gauge the full scale of the disaster and the world rushed to provide desperately needed aid. Dozens of aftershocks jolted Nepal on Saturday and Sunday
  11. Accidental deaths of American and Italian hostages overshadows president’s talk to intelligence chiefs as former adviser calls on officials to release further details Dan Roberts in Washington and Alan Yuhas in New York Friday 24 April 2015 21.11 BST Barack Obama has insisted the US was not “cavalier” in its assessment of the risks to civilians as the accidental deaths of two hostages in a drone strike against al-Qaida overshadowed a planned pep talk for intelligence chiefs. “Today, like all Americans, our thoughts and prayers continue to be with the families of Dr W
  12. Rolling coverage of developments in Himalayan nation following 7.9 magnitude quake near Kathmandu The aftermath – in pictures Quake topples buildings and triggers avalanche in Himalayas Everest base camp left damaged Ancient Dharhara tower collapses Martin Williams Saturday 25 April 2015 14.59 BST Live Feed http://www.theguardian.com/world/live/2015/apr/25/nepal-earthquake-nation-worst-tremor-80-years-kathmandu-live-updates
  13. Further marches in Baltimore as detail emerges of possible protocol breach when 25-year-old was bundled into van and died of broken neck Oliver Laughland in Baltimore and agencies @oliverlaughland Friday 24 April 2015 03.54 BST Freddie Gray had no seatbelt on in the police van where he was placed in handcuffs and later put in leg irons, police said as they confirmed the possible breach of protocol forms part of their investigation into his death. Protesters have marched in West Baltimore for the fifth night in a row following the death in custody of 25-year-old Gray.
  14. Though the containment of Islamic State within Iraq is not impossible, it will require sound governance, strong institutions and an end to sectarian polarisation Wednesday 22 April 2015 12.46 BST The leader of so-called Islamic State (Isis), Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, has reportedly been seriously wounded and is no longer in control of the jihadi organisation following an air strike in western Iraq. The development, once confirmed, should be welcomed. But the international community’s efforts to defeat Isis still have some way to go. Eliminating Baghdadi will, above all, underm
  15. DNA tests prove Alondra Luna Núñez, 14, is not woman’s daughter Dorotea García claimed girl had been taken by her father years ago Luna said she was ‘happy to be home’ after her ordeal Jo Tuckman in Mexico City Thursday 23 April 2015 01.59 BST A 14-year-old Mexican girl, who was dragged screaming from her secondary school by federal agents last week and flown to Houston to be with a woman who claimed to be her mother, was repatriated to Mexico on Wednesday. The repatriation of Alondra Luna follows DNA tests showing that she is not the daughter of Dorotea García, wh
  16. UK government backed decision in October to scale back search and rescue operations, arguing they encouraged migrants to board perilous boats Rowena Mason Political correspondent Wednesday 22 April 2015 13.05 BST David Cameron and Nick Clegg have acknowledged that the EU’s decision to scale back search and rescue operations in the Mediterranean has not worked after two disasters in which hundreds of migrants died trying to reach Italy. The UK government strongly backed the EU’s decision in October last year to move from routine search and rescue to a coastguard servic
  17. Cairo court’s sentence over killing of hundreds of protesters in 2012 comes as ousted leader faces two other trials Jared Malsin and agencies in Cairo Tuesday 21 April 2015 11.08 BST Egypt’s former president Mohamed Morsi has been sentenced to 20 years in prison over the killing of demonstrators outside his palace in 2012, the first verdict to be issued against the country’s first freely elected leader. Morsi, who was elected president the year after Egypt’s 2011 revolution, was removed by the military in 2013 after an acrimonious year in office. Tuesday’s verdict ste
  18. Oskar Gröning, charged with complicity in the murder of 300,000 Holocaust victims, expresses remorse during trial in Germany Kate Connolly in Lüneburg Tuesday 21 April 2015 12.28 BST A former SS guard expressed remorse for the role he played in the Holocaust when he went on trial charged with complicity in the murder of 300,000 Jews. In a lengthy speech, Oskar Gröning, 93, referred to as the “accountant of Auschwitz”, recounted the two years he had spent at the extermination camp after volunteering for the SS, the Nazi party’s protection squadron. Survivors of the
  19. Hundreds more people are believed to have drowned when a fishing boat smuggling migrants to Europe capsized off Libya, UN’s refugee agency says Patrick Kingsley in Tripoli, Alessandra Bonomolo in Palermo, and Stephanie Kirchgaessner Sunday 19 April 2015 11.52 BST A major rescue operation is under way in the Mediterranean after as many as 700 migrants are feared to have drowned just outside Libyan waters, in what could prove to be the worst disaster yet involving migrants being smuggled to Europe. Italian coastguards have retrieved 49 survivors so far and about 20 bodies,
  20. Human rights organisations call for collective European effort to prevent further disasters after 400 lives lost in latest incident Julian Borger Diplomatic editor Wednesday 15 April 2015 16.42 BST uropean states have come under renewed pressure from human rights and refugee organisations to mount large-scale search-and-rescue operations in the Mediterranean after the latest migrant boat disaster led to the drowning of an estimated 400 people. Critics say that the cancellation last year of an Italian-run sea rescue mission, Mare Nostrum, and the launch in November of Tri
  21. Leftwingers hold back their endorsements for Hillarious Clinton until she presents a clearer campaign ‘vision’ as the only Democrat in the running so far Dan Roberts in Washington @RobertsDan Monday 13 April 2015 20.47 BST H-illary Clinton is already under pressure from voices on the left of American politics to establish her policy credentials for tackling issues such as economic inequality and Wall Street reform at the outset of her campaign. As the former secretary of state rolls out her run for president in 2016, several of the most prominent figures on the so-c
  22. After facing questions over his behavior in interviews with female journalists, presidential candidate says women are ‘intelligent’ Martin Pengelly in New York @MartinPengelly Sunday 12 April 2015 16.53 BST Rand Paul, one of two declared candidates for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016, on Sunday answered criticism of his behaviour towards female interviewers by saying such women “have come a long way”, are “intelligent” and “should be equal to their counterparts and treated equally”. Paul was appearing on CNN after a week in which he announced his c
  23. Eric Harris: ‘I’m losing my breath.’ Second officer: ‘**** your breath’ Reserve officer Bob Bates has said he thought was using his Taser Martin Pengelly in New York @MartinPengelly Sunday 12 April 2015 20.37 BST Video has been released of the moment a reserve police officer in Tulsa, Oklahoma, shot and killed a man by mistake. The reserve officer, Bob Bates, a 73-year-old insurance executive, told police he had thought he was firing his Taser stun gun at Eric Courtney Harris, 44, a convicted felon who a police report on the incident said was being arrested aft
  24. Pope Francis delivers powerful message by recognising atrocities between 1915 and 1922 as genocide in speech at Vatican on eve of centenary Ian Black in Yerevan and Rosie Scammell in Rome Sunday 12 April 2015 18.12 BST Armenia’s efforts to promote greater awareness of the massacre of 1.5 million of its people by Turkey during the fall of the Ottoman empire were given a dramatic boost on Sunday by the pope’s description of the atrocities as “the first genocide of the 20th century” – days ahead of the centenary of the event. Pope Francis used a special mass in St Peter
  25. Pick-up truck explodes in carpark of shopping mall, leaving an Italian girl and six Thais with injuries, say police Agence France-Presse in Bangkok Saturday 11 April 2015 05.57 BST A car bomb wounded seven people, including an Italian girl, when it exploded in the parking area of a shopping mall on the Thai tourist island of Koh Samui, police said. The bomb was packed inside a Mazda pick-up truck and exploded late on Friday in the car park of the Central Festival mall on the island while late-night shoppers were inside the building. Police said the car had been stolen
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